Following last week’s training camp in South Africa Township Roller coach Mark Harrison is happy with the team’s shape. Rollers came back home on Sunday from South Africa where they played three friendly games. “We had a very good week and the training was intense. The team worked very hard and I’m impressed with their work rate,” said Harrison. He has shown his delight after the training camp, saying it came handy to them. He pointed out that the camp gave them the opportunity to prepare well without destructions.
He said the team is now ready for their Sunday game against Jwaneng Galaxy in Jwaneng. He has a full squad at his disposal for the game. This follows the return of Segolame Boy and Galabgwe Moyana from injuries. Even though Harrison said they are ready to continue their challenge for the championships he acknowledged that it will be war. “We are ready to finish what we started six months ago but it is going to get difficult for us. Every team is currently looking to beat Rollers and every game is going to be like a cup final for us,” he explained.
Harrison said the next 13 games will be war as they fight for the championships. Rollers currently sit at the top of the be-MOBILE premier league with 41 points followed by Orapa United with 38. On the 3rd spot are Mochudi Centre Chiefs with 35, then BDF XI at 30 points.